Known since antiquity as a powerful purification agent, activated carbon is used today in a stunning array of applications, from pharmaceutical manufacturing to air purification to gas masks. In water treatment, granular activated carbon (GAC) filtration systems are used to remove toxic and noxious compounds. Activated carbon can be used alone or in tandem with other treatment devices such as reverse osmosis membranes, and it can be impregnated with certain chemicals to improve its efficacy against specific targeted compounds. It is important to properly size your activated carbon filter to meet your particular needs, but in order to do that, you must understand the factors that affect how activated carbon performs. Here is what you need to know.....read more
Known as a powerful purifier since ancient times, activated carbon today is used in a highly diverse list of applications, from pharmaceutical manufacturing to food and beverage processing to wastewater treatment. Yet air purification remains one of its best-known uses. Activated carbon can provide clean, pure air at the home and municipal levels, as well as in commercial office buildings.
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Activated carbon plays a vital in purifying all sorts of chemicals for industries as diverse as food and beverage processing and pharmaceutical manufacturing. It works through a process known as adsorption, in which targeted compounds areadsorbed and concentrated along the vast surface area of the activated carbon.....read more
Also known as activated charcoal, activated carbon has been used as a water purifier since its introduction in ancient India. Today, it is used in a vast array of industrial, commercial, and home applications. It is particularly popular in ponds, but the presence of live animals provides some unique challenges and considerations. Here is what you need to know about using activated carbon in ponds.....read more
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